... his units. The correct result: the circumference of the

**tire**is 0.58 pi meters, the speed is 17 meters per second, so the**rotation**speed is 17/(0.58 pi) revolutions per second. The...6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/08/2008

... every second then this divided by the circumference of the tyre will give the

**frequency**of**rotation**. a) 10/1.69338 = 5.89 rps to 2 decimal places (note this is...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 31/07/2011

...ac = (v)^2 / r = r(w^2) You need to find the angular speed using the

**frequency**(9 rotations per second) and the number of radians in the**tire**(2 times pi).1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/08/2009

... and was very surprised that the recommended

**tire rotation frequency**was so high. All of us keep forgetting that ...5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/04/2008

...personal driving habits,

**tire**inflation pressures, wheel alignment and**frequency**of**tire rotation**. The treadwear grade is only a reference point to indicate how one**tire**...9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 18/10/2008

... 2) Probably when I also get new rims/ tires . 3)

**Tire rotation**for me has been done every 3500-4500 miles. ...4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/03/2009

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**tire rotation**, could this have caused me to speed in my car due to a shaking wheel etc.?...different speeds. Changing speed only changes the

**frequency**of vibration till it matches what the car can absorb so you don... goes away. it was the balance, not the**rotation**that fixed it.3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 08/03/2013

... ( ie linear speed of the tire ) = 660 ( 2 π R ) / 60... PERIOD OF ROTATION ie time taken for one rotation ... to Part b Frequency of Rotation f = 1 ? ...

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 08/09/2010

The pattern for

**rotation**and**frequency**depend on several things... determined by the**tire**manufacturer itself. They...time for a salesman to write up 2 tires as it does 4 and you tie...7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/12/2006

Depends on too many different factors: Type of

**tire**, mileage life of**tire**,**frequency**of**tire rotation**, driving habits... Just rotate your tires every 5K to 7.5K and watch your tread wear.6 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 19/08/2007